Participate in the groundbreaking hackathon propelling health care professionals forward. Innovation is everywhere, and it behooves us to act as elements to enable it to happen. Empower those who would bring change and should someone with the knowledge wish to share and spread it, then let it be. Innovation is a result of necessity and … More The Nursing Hackathon Returns!
To commemorate Pule and those who live with loss.
Therefore, seeking to innovate could be looked at as a path to seek happiness or provide an avenue for it. Abstractly, an individual can take their current state and use the steps of innovation to become happier. … More Like the Tortoise
Innovation is everywhere, and it behooves us to act as elements to enable it to happen. Empower those who would bring change and should someone with the knowledge wish to share and spread it, then let it be. Innovation is a result of necessity and the need for change; a little diversion from the path … More Nurses Showed Me That
~Thoughts on finding my autonomy. Stephan MR. Covey stands up, raises both his hands in a sweeping gesture and says, “You know the saying, that fish discover water last. They’re so immersed in it, so close to it, they hardly know that they’re swimming in it. Humans are like that with trust.” Not twenty minutes … More Swimming in the Now
How can we ease the stress and give back some autonomy to our loved ones? Gentoo Inc. might have the breakthrough to answer that question. … More Patient Autonomy; Folded in a Vest
Taking action to implement patient autonomy in the health care system. The first post in this series of blogs focused on women, our prominence in the health care and how patient autonomy was largely something we could infuse into the system. The second post focused on the policies implemented in society and what women have … More Bridging the Void in Health Care
After writing a post regarding women and our role as practitioners and as those who should encourage patient autonomy, a few readers commented asking about the policies that have been implemented to ensure this. Now being a Canadian studying in the United States, I thought it only fair that I write something from a North … More Women: our role in Health Care Policy
This post is on power, and how women have it in spades when it comes to (more than one) but predominantly one important issue fought and coveted the world over: healthcare. … More Women: Getting it Done (Part 1)
Now, now, now. Just because I don’t think it’s something to shake your head at, I’m not going to walk up to someone and force them to follow my point of view. She doesn’t like it, that’s fine. But I don’t think she’s doing any favours for herself or “woman-kind” when she judges women who do. … More More or LESS 😉